Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Braaaains... I mean, Boooooks!

Saturday October 13 is
World Zombie Day!  

Celebrate these flesh-hungry undead by visiting OPL's Teen Area and devouring one (or more) of our Zombified Reads (see the display above the fiction shelf or grab a booklist bookmark). Why? What other creature values brains above all other qualities or attributes?

In Michael Ford's Z, a teen plays a futuristic game where he hunts zombies--or is it really just a game?  In Jonathan Mayberry's Benny Imura trilogy, a group of teens must survive a zombie-infested wasteland if they hope to find a better life. In Courtney Summer's This Is Not A Test, a group of teens is trapped in their high school during the zombie apocalypse. Daniel Water's Passing Strange paints a more humorous view of the undead, as does Ehrich Van Lowe's Never Slow Dance With a Zombie. And don't forget Zombies vs. Unicorns, a short story anthology that attempts to answer the age old question of which mythical creature is the most awesome.

Whatever kind of Zombie book you want, whether it's horrifying or humorous, we've got it!

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